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    The Youtube Crack Thread...

    (hey, this is the off-topic area...)

    Over in another thread Vaughn made this comment:
    Hey Frank and Marty, both guys owe me at least an hour of my time back...happens nearly every time someone posts a YouTube link. That place is like crack.
    So here is my contributions to Vaughn's delinquency.

    1- Star Wars Lego - the (5min)
    It's CGI, and not stop-motion lego, but still very very hilarious. Love the sounds of lego bricks whenever a ship blows up, and the way they actually use the lego bricks to re-assemble things.

    2- Lego Monty Python - 1:24
    Stop Motion lego spoof of the Monty Python Camelot skit.

    3- Didn't like that one? Then How about Star Trek Python -
    Spoof snipped together from Star Trek TOS episodes.
    I warn you ... when I sent this to my friend, she was laughing so hard she was crying, and her cubicle-mate thought she was losing her marbles.

    4- for the science geeks - A . 4:02
    You have to see this to believe it. If they stand still, they sink, slowly. If they keep moving, they can literally walk on the goo. Wild. (non english, but who cares)

    5- Not as classic as the rest: The 6:00
    But still pretty funny. If you grew up in the 70's or 80's you'll recognize just about every dance move this guy performs. Wow, I'm old.

    Now, I think I'll run away and hide before Vaughn revokes my account.
    Last edited by Art Mulder; 02-22-2007 at 01:28 PM. Reason: typos

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    Thumbs up

    .... Didn't have time now to go through all of them but what I did see brought back some memories, especially the music.

    Thanks Art

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    Quote Originally Posted by Art Mulder View Post
    (hey, this is the off-topic area...)

    Over in another thread Vaughn made this comment:


    So here is my contributions to Vaughn's delinquency.

    1- Star Wars Lego - the (5min)
    It's CGI, and not stop-motion lego, but still very very hilarious. Love the sounds of lego bricks whenever a ship blows up, and the way they actually use the lego bricks to re-assemble things.

    2- Lego Monty Python - 1:24
    Stop Motion lego spoof of the Monty Python Camelot skit.

    3- Didn't like that one? Then How about Star Trek Python -
    Spoof snipped together from Star Trek TOS episodes.
    I warn you ... when I sent this to my friend, she was laughing so hard she was crying, and her cubicle-mate thought she was losing her marbles.

    4- for the science geeks - A . 4:02
    You have to see this to believe it. If they stand still, they sink, slowly. If they keep moving, they can literally walk on the goo. Wild. (non english, but who cares)

    5- Not as classic as the rest: The 6:00
    But still pretty funny. If you grew up in the 70's or 80's you'll recognize just about every dance move this guy performs. Wow, I'm old.

    Now, I think I'll run away and hide before Vaughn revokes my account.
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    "You have to see this to believe it. If they stand still, they sink, slowly. If they keep moving, they can literally walk on the goo."

    I've walked on mud like that. A tidal mud flat in Mexico on a paleontology field trip in college. If you kept walking you were fine, but stand still and your heels would start to sink. One guy kind of jiggled his feet as an experiment and was soon knee deep.

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    Took me a while to get to them, but you now owe me another 20 minutes or so.

    My Spanish is pretty rusty, but I'm pretty sure the non-newtonian liquid is cornmeal (masa) and water. I've played in riverbed quicksand, but nothing quite that viscous. Looks fun, though.

    They were good vids, Art, so you get to keep your account. For at least another week or so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaughn McMillan View Post
    My Spanish is pretty rusty, but I'm pretty sure the non-newtonian liquid is cornmeal (masa) and water.
    (cough) Um, Vaugh, in the top right section of the youtube window there is a description that goes with the video. In English. So they tell you that it is cornstarch and water. Supposedly mixed with that cement mixer in the background.

    But still, only 20 minutes? Impressive. I watched the Lego Star Wars one at least twice myself and another time with my kids...

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    The Star Trek version of Camelot is hilarious! Funnier even than straight Monty Python.

    Did you ever see the live Weird Al version of Yoda that's on YouTube?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Art Mulder View Post
    (hey, this is the off-topic area...)
    4- for the science geeks - A . 4:02
    You have to see this to believe it. If they stand still, they sink, slowly. If they keep moving, they can literally walk on the goo. Wild. (non english, but who cares)

    5- Not as classic as the rest: The 6:00
    But still pretty funny. If you grew up in the 70's or 80's you'll recognize just about every dance move this guy performs. Wow, I'm old.
    Ok the newtonian led to wasting at least 40 minutes and led to this

    http://funhouse.bubble.ro/87/Even_mo...tonian_liquid/

    And I recognized way to many of those dance moves

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    and this led me to...

    Silent movie Star Wars

    loved the monty python, both versions.


    further surfing led me to this:
    Low Budget Star wars
    Last edited by Ned Bulken; 02-23-2007 at 07:16 PM.
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    Amazing what you find when you go back through old threads.

    At the risk of wasting a lot of time...


    Someone mentioned weird al...

    1- Weird Al -
    2- Weird Al - Don't download this song. (not a youtube link, but the link from the official weirdal website. OF course, it is on youtube also. In fact, tons of weird al songs are on youtube.)

    If you're into harder rock

    1- Rush
    YYZ
    - This guy made a 3d animation of Neil Peart from Rush playing the drums to YYZ.

    2- And if that isn't enough of a hard core fan, look at this: Rush - - this guy is a drummer who is really into Rush, filmed himself playing that song, and darned if I can see any mistakes. Click on the "More from this user" tab on the right and find more from this guy. Good drumming.

    Back to silliness...

    1- - um, yeah.

    2- - early 80's novelty video.

    3 - One for Vaughn: .

    4- Star Trek. Investigating . Oh Yeah.

    Now I think I'll go hide.

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    allright art.......i just watched that drummer do 4 rush tunes....i gotta do some work!
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